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Thursday, October 26, 1972

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Thursday, October 26, 1972 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Page Three

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341 S. Min-769-5960

TONIGHT:

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GOLDEN OLDIES (
ANCING: 8 P.M. to 2 A.M.
DRAFT BEER and PIZZA SHE

Your help is needed!!!
If students don't stop smoking in their seats (instead
of the lobby) and bringing in beer and wine, there may
be no more rock & roll "get-down" music concerts in
Hill Auditorium. Local promoters ask your cooperation-
it's really your problem as much as theirs. The University
is serious-no more observance of rules, no more concerts.
HALFWAY INN
Come get cultured!

Collective Eye Film Series
PRESENTS Y
The Battle of Algiers
A CLASSIC OF THIS ERA
Directed by GILLO PONTECORVO
Thursday, Oct. 26
8and 10:30 P.M.-$1.00
PEOPLE'S BALLROOM, 502 E. Washington
-ALSO: GUERRILLA THEATRE-.
HILLEL FOUNDATION presents
"rTHE LAST CHAPTER"
Produced by BENJAMIN and LAWRENCE ROTHMAN
Narrated by THEODORE BIKEL
The Story of 1000 Years of Jewish Life in
Poland and the Destruction of Polish Jewry.
50c admission
8 p.m., Sat-Sun., October 28-29,
at HILLEL, 1429 HILL

By MELANIE GRANFORS
The Halfway Inn at East Quad
is not just another dorm snack
bar. With the work of Residen-
tial Collegestudents andanden-
thusiastic manager, it is offer-
ing students much more than
"just a place to eat."
Though it has been open for
two and a half years, it was
virtually unheard of around cam-
pus before this year. Now under
the management of former em-
ploye Val Gifford, the Halfway
Inn could easily start a new
trend in dormitory entertain-
ment.
TONIGHT 8 p.m. SHARP
Dept. of Speech Communication
and Theater
University Players
Present
"EN DGAME"'
by SAMUEL BECKETT
OCT. 24-28
ARENA THEATER
Frieze Building
Individual Tickets $1.00
Trueblood Box Office open
12:30-8:00 p.m.
Latecomers will be seated
at the intermission!

"We almost didn't open again
this year," Val says. "As it is
we still are in some danger of
closing down if we cannot make
any money."
She hopes that by providing
cultural as well as culinary de-
lights, the Halfway Inn will be-
come an integral part of the
community.
"We open for breakfast on
weekdays and stay open until S.
During the day we have quiet
hours to provide students with a
place to think, read or visit over
lunch."
During the evenings entertain-
ment varying from jukebox mu-
sic to poetry readings can be
enjoyed.
"We have an open stage," Val
explains. "Anyone who wants to
do something is welcome." Re-
cently they have had a rock
and roll group, folk singers and
theater and dance improvisation
performances from talented stu-
dents and community members.
Besides live shows, Val likes
to encourage local artists to dis-
play their work in the Inn. Cur-
rently on display is the work of
an RC art instructor, Rita Di-
vert-Messenger.
Located in the basement of
East Quad, you' can use the
Church street entrance. It's a
very relaxed, fun and artsy
place to be.

CULTURE CALEAND-R
HOMECOMING SOCK HOP-"Those were the days . ..
Following tonight's Pep Rally at the Beta Theta Pi house,
homecoming enthusiasts should flock to a Sock Hop and
Homecoming Queen Contest, Union Ballroom, 9, free
admission.
Featured at the Hop will be Jimmy and the Javelins
and Chastity and the Belts. The Javelins started three
years ago in Alice Lloyd when Jeff Hirsh (The Penguin)
and Charles Bloom (The Tor) and Dave Heilbronner
(The Kid) decided to spin a few records for dorm resi-
dents. As the evening progressed, the three of them
began to lip-sing songs with the original Jimmy.
Other members of the group now include Mark (Big
Jocko) Wachter, Ron (The Prince) Humenny, and Scott
(Rosco) Harmsen.
Their first all-campus appearance with the Belts
was last spring at the first Ballroom sock-hop.
HOMECOMING CONCERTS-UAC-Daystar features Com-
mander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen with their
rip-roarin', boot-stampin', feel-good music tomorrow
night at 8 in Hill Aud.
Also part of this Trucker's favorite Ozone Revue are
the Mojo Boogie Band, Asleep at the Wheel, and Boogie
Brothers.
UAC-Daystar will also bring Stevie Wonder to the
Hill Stage Saturday night at 8.
UPCOMING CONCERT TIP-Chuck Berry appears at EMU's
Bowen Field House tomorrow night at 8. Berry, currently
known by his song "My Ding-a-Ling" will be backed by
the Woolies and the Drifters.
FILMS-Cinema Guild shows American Underground Retro-
spective-Program 7 tonight, Arch. Aud., 7, 9:05; AA
Film Coop shows Stolen Kisses tonight in Aud. A, 7, 8:45.
About this film, Daily reviewer Richard Glatzer com-
ments:
Stolen Kisses is incredibly deft, sharp, satisfying-
an almost perfect Truffaut comedy. Yet, viewed as the
sequel to "The 400 Blows," the film is something of a
disappointment. Adolescent, toughly sensitive Antoine
Doinel (Jean-Pierre Leaud) has grown into an insouciant,
irreverent, funny adult, rendering Kisses a less serious,
less poignant work. No matter. Leaud-called the best
actor of his generation by Truffaut-is incredibly fine,
and Truffaut's direction has never been crisper.

Phoenix Company coming
John McMartin (left) plays the crafty servant Sganarelle to Paul
Hecht's Don Juan in the New Phoenix Repertory Company's
production of Moliere's "Don Juan," which the University Profes-
sional Theatre Program will present prior to New York at the
Power Center Nov. 4 and 5, along with "The Great God Brown."

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6:00 2 4 7 News, Weather, Sports
9 Eddie's Father
50 Flintstones
56 Sewing Skills
6:30 2 4 7 News
9 Jeannie
30 French Chef

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MIXER

sponsored by
LAW SCHOOL STUDENT SENATE
ENTERTAINMENT BY
JOUST UNLIMITED
Rock Bond From Detroit
Friday, Oct. 27, 8:30 p.m.-midnite
at the
LAW CLUB

50 Gilligan's Island
56 Secretarial Techniques
7:00 2 Truth or Consequences
4 News, Weather, Sports
7 To Tell The Truth
9 Beverly Hillbillies
50 Pro Hockey
56 Canadian Report
7:30 2 What's My Line?
4 Circus
7 Half the George Kirby
Comedy Hour
9 Irish Rovers
8:00 2 The Waltons
4 Flip Wilson
7 Mod Squad
9 News
6 Advocates
8:30 9 Word of Power
50 Merv Griffin
9:00 2 Movie
"Guess Who's coming To Din-
ner" (67) Family finds their
liberal views tested when their
daughter becomes engaged to a
black doctor.
4 Ironside
7 Delphi Bureau
9 Woods and Wheels-Camping
56 International Performance
9:30 9 To Be Announced
10:00 4 Dean Martin
7 Owen Marshall
9 News, Weather, Sports
56 Masterpiece Theatre
10:20 9 Nightbeat
11:00 2 4 7 News, Weather, Sports
9 Cheaters
:50 Golddiggers
11:30 2 Movie
"Teacher's Pet" (58) Doris Day
Journalism teacher chased by
editor Clark Gable.
4 Johnny Carson,
7 Dick Cavett
9 Movie
"The Sound of Anger" (68)
Youth stands trial for the mur-
dler of his girlfriend's father.
50 Movie
"The Helen Morgan Story" (57)
Biography.
1:00 4 7 News
1:30 2 Movie
"The Crystal Ball" (43) Wo-
man joins carnival atfer losing
beauty contest.
3:00 2 News
wcbn today
9:00 Morning After Show
12:00 Progressive rock
4:00 Folk
7:30 Rhythm & Blues
11:00 Progressive rock (runs until 3)
G0 BLUEH!
You'll Find
MICH IGAN
Bee rMugs Glass-
ware 0 Playing
Cards 0 Bookends
Ash Trays " Sweat
Shirts 0 T-Shirts
Jackets 0 Caps
Hats 0 Six Footers

ARTS

across from the Union
NON-LAW 50c

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STARTS
FRIDAY

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DIAL 5-6290.
SHOWS AT
1-3-5-7-9:05 p.m.

DRAMA-Melvin Van Peebles' hit musical Ain't Supposed to
Die a Natural Death opens tonight at Detroit's Vest
Pocket theatre at 8, while locally, Univergity Players
continue to bring Beckett's Endgame to the Frieze Arena
stage tonight at 8, and Student Lab Theatre presents
John Guare's M jzeeka and Elain May's Adaptation this
afternoon at 4:10 at Jones School (401 S. Division).
POETRY-Robert Creely, Professor of English, San Francisco
State College, will read his poems this afternoon at 4:10
in the UGLI multipurpose room, and tonight at 8 in the
Residential College Aud.
CLASSICAL MUSIC-Bach club meets tonight at 8 in East
Quad's Greene Lounge for a classical ensemble; Music
School features Timothy Wissler, organ, at 8 in Hill Aud.
UPCOMING ART TIP-An Israeli Arts and Crafts Show
featuring an exhibit from the Yarkon Galleries of Boston
will open in the Union Gallery Nov. 1 (scheduled to run
through Nov. 5).
All of the art objects in the show are imported from
Israel by Oded Melzer, president of the Yarkon Gallery,
who originated the travelling exhibit so the works could
be shown nationwide.
Artists who will be featured include Sharir, Ben
Avram, Jacob Stern, Bak, M. Castel, Shmuel Kate, Moreh,
R. Rubin, Weil, Gat, Liberman, Raoni, Rotholz, Pins,
Chaki, Beeri, Raz, Adler, Basson, Raphaeli and Rothman.
Opening night will feature Israeli food and dancing,
and Meltzer will speak on the works displayed.

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Car Robes
Banners
"""Pennants
RINGS AND
JEWELRY
FOLLETTS
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Today and Thursday-4:10 p.m.
THE STUDENT LABORATORY THEATRE
PRESENTS
MUZEEKA
HN GUARE dir, by GARY A. KLINSKY
ADAPTATION
AINE MAY dir, by JAMIE FARBMAN

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PRESENTS
HALLOWEEN DANCE

CHUCK

BERRY

SPECIAL GUEST STAR
Plus THE DRIFTERS and THE WOOLIES
*
FRIDAY, OCT. 27-8:00 P.M.
BOWEN FIELD HOUSE
E.M. U.-YPSI LANTI
RFSFRVED SEATS $2.00-3 00-4.00

THE RESIDENTIAL COLLEGE PLAYERS present:

FREE ADMISSION
COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
JONES SCHOOL (401 N. Division)
BEER VAULT
FIRST AND OLDEST IN U.S.
DRIVE IN FOR BEVERAGES
FOR PARTIES-PICNICS-OR HOME
JUST DRIVE THRU
303 N. FIFTH AVE., ANN ARBOR
MON.-SAT. 9 to 12
SUNDAYS 12 to 12 668-8200
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